You have to reach the top of the amphitheater of Vico Sottosanti to admire these two masterpieces of the art of the Rosetta stonemasons.
The two nobles depicted have a name according to tradition: it would be Tuleje and Mmalaje. Although it is not really known who is represented in the two stone slabs. The first slab depicts a woman with long hair richly dressed, supine on the mortal eyelash; the second instead a man, whose clothes and features make one think of a Saracen soldier, has one hand on the left cheek and the other lying on the belly, while the left leg is curiously bent under the right leg, in a pose such as not to suggest that the body was composed for eternal rest. On this last slab is also visible an engraving in the Franco-Angioino style.